David, as Professional Scrum Trainer with Scrum.org, works to improve the profession of software delivery. He helps organizations deliver products of the highest possible quality and value.
His career highlights the intersection of business, technology, and education. With his broad experience, he helps organizations and teams understand agility at all levels: practice and delivery, leadership and stewardship, organizational design and culture.
David is a Professional Scrum Trainer, Professional Kanban Trainer with ProKanban.org, Agile Business Consultant, Product Manager, Technical Coach and Software Engineer, Public Speaker, Executive Director of Ontario Scrum Community®, TEDx Alumnus, Musician, Husband and Dad. David works throughout Canada.
Courses taught by David
Applying Professional Scrum
Professional Scrum Master
Professional Scrum with User Experience
Latest Blogs by David
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SDLC is an acronym that means either Software Delivery Life Cycle or Systems Development Life Cycle. And it is a lie. A fiction. A total fabrication. Somebody made it up out of thin air many years ago and the idea was cemented deep into corporate bureaucracy.
In this blog post, PST David Sabine shares a real life story focused around transparency.
Unclear language leads to incomplete transparency and ambiguity. The careful use of words like ‘bug’ will improve decision-making in your organization.
Velocity, as a metric used by some Scrum teams, is rife with trouble. David's concise article highlights a common pitfall.
A discussion is raging among Project Managers about the Iron Triangle because the authors of Scrum say “Scrum breaks the Iron Triangle”.